- Ask us things/tell us things on…
Twitter: @careycorp – @LorieLangdon
Facebook: DOON (official)
Email Us: Doonseries (at) yahoo (dot) com
- To inquire about or schedule an author appearance:
Doonseries (at) yahoo (dot) com
Subject: Author Appearance/Corp_Langdon
- ARC requests:All requests are forwarded to our publisher BLINK.
To be considered for an advance reader’s copy (or ARC) for review email:
Doonseries (at) yahoo (dot) com
Subject: ARC Request Doon – book 2
include your name, mailing address, AND a link to your book blog *very important*
- Business-related correspondence
(rights inquiries, requests for blurbs, press/media related requests, etc.)
should be sent to: Liane Worthington Liane.Worthington@harpercollins.com
- Literary Agent
Nicole Resciniti, AAR
The Seymour Agency
BLINK c/o Zondervan/Harper Collins
ATTN: Marketing Manager (Doon Series)
5300 Patterson SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49530
Frequently Asked Questions
About the Books
Yes. DOON is contracted to be a four book series. The second book, which does not have a title yet, will be out in August 2014. Books 3 & 4 will be out late summer 2015 & 2016.
Yes and no… We like to say DOON is inspired by the premise of the musical BRIGADOON but the novel is a completely original work.
Yes it is.The concept of the musical BRIGADOON is used with generous permission from the Alan Jay Lerner Estate and the Frederick Loewe Foundation.
We’ll let you know soon…
Whether DOON books come out in a particular country or language, and when that happens, is up to the publishers in those countries. For inquiries about foreign translation rights, please contact (TBD).
We understand there’s one in the works. We’ll let you know soon…
The story that would become DOON was started October 20th, 2009… More to come on the DOONjourney.
Both of us started by getting involved with a local writing organization. For us, it was the Ohio Valley chapter of RWA. That’s where we met.
- Go Teen Writers
- Cassandra Clare – Tips for Teen Writers
- John Scalzi – 10 Things Teenage Writers Should Know About Writing (good for adults, too)
- Beth Reekles (via The Guardian) – Top Tips for Teen Writers
- Veronica Roth – Frequently Asked Questions (be sure to scroll down to the writing part)
- Cinda Williams Chima – Help for Writers
- Laini Taylor – Not for Robots blog
- Cynthia Leitich Smith – author website
- Ally Carter – Best Advice for Aspiring Authors
We recommend consulting your agent, publisher or a copyright lawyer. We also recommend getting permission before you start writing.
We recommend consulting your agent, publisher or a copyright lawyer.
Every collaboration is different. For us, we each write our own character’s chapters and edit/consult on the other character chapters … for the initial draft. Writing with a partner can be challenging but we bring out the best in one another and our books are stronger with both of use using our individual strengths.
Once the manuscript is written we work as a team to make the book the best it can be … which means we both take multiple passes revising all chapters.
Teachers & Librarians
Click here to view the discussion guide for Doon. (Right click > Save As, to download the guide.)